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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: need a users manual
I think what you're looking at are the part numbers for the heater and control systems used in some Jacuzzi hot tubs rather than the Jacuzzi model number. I ran into the same issue and discovered through some cross-referencing on the web (jacuzzi parts suppliers) that this is the part number control unit made by Balboa. Odds are they were used in multiple Jacuzzi models.
My suggestion: Look here http://clearcreekspas.com/model_id.html to identify the control panel for your Jacuzzi and then follow the link to the correct manual. Some cover multiple models so you will need to know the electrical requirements of yours (120 V or 240 V?) and then check the layout of each tub shell to determine which model is yours.
I figured out mine is a Jacuzzi Essence Model 350 this way.
Posted on Dec 07, 2008
The only product I know of which will do what you ask is an item called Plast-Aid Acrylic and PVC repair kit. Google it and you will find the website. It is about $20. and it works like a charm. good luck
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
Heater operates seperate from pumps. Do the pumps come on? Pressure/flow switch turns on heater, so if the pumps work, there is an issue with the heater element, the flow switch will usually prevent the spa from running at all and there will be an error code on the control panel.
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
A flashing “FL1” display means the flow switch is
malfunctioning open, the filter cartridge is excessively
dirty or an “air lock” condition has occurred at the
circulation pump intake.
Posted on Apr 14, 2010
sounds like you have an electronic system that operates the tub. Many times those get hit with a voltage spike and it burns up a relay on the circuit board and THAT is what make them come on at weird times.
You will most likely need a new control for your tub.
Posted on Jan 13, 2011
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